Calling himself a hidden political prisoner, a former business partner of Spider-Man creator Stan Lee who sued Bill Clinton for fraud and accused Hillary Clinton of hiding nearly $2 million in Senate campaign donations claims Attorney General Eric Holder and his Justice Department are obstructing justice by reneging on a sentencing agreement that would have released him from federal prison nearly two years ago.
“Hillary is carrying out her promise to finally destroy my family to punish me for exposing the corruption that elected her to the Senate,” Peter F. Paul contended to WND in an email from the La Tuna federal facility in Anthony, Texas, near El Paso.
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An Internet petition posted this week by Hollywood private investigator Becky Altringer, who has examined Paul’s case, calls on Holder to “keep his promise and release Mr. Paul immediately.”
Paul was indicted in June 2001 for manipulating the price of the stock in his company, Stan Lee Media, as it was collapsing. As WND reported in 2005, he blamed President Clinton in a lawsuit for sabotaging Stan Lee Media to get out of a $17 million agreement to serve as an international promoter for the company after he left the White House.
Hillary Clinton was named in the lawsuit for allegedly directing to her 2000 Senate campaign an illegal, in-kind contribution from Paul – a lavish, A-list, million-dollar-plus Hollywood fundraiser. But Clinton suddenly moved to publicly distance herself from Paul when just days after the Hollywood gala, the Washington Post reported Paul’s 1970s criminal convictions in a story that accused the senator of being soft on crime. Clinton continued, however, to quietly solicit money from Paul and sent him letters expressing friendship.
Read More at WND. By Art Moore.